Tag Archives: Mei-Ramew Cafe
Luh Dkhar, headman of Cham Cham community located in Khliehriat Block (East Jaintia Hills), inaugurated the first Mei-Ramew Café in the area on November 30, 2020. It may be mentioned here that all government SOPs were followed during the programme.
By Chenxiang Rimchi N Marak, Janak Preet Singh and Bhogtoram Mawroh The Covid-19 pandemic has disrupted the economy throughout the world with small business being particularly vulnerable because of their lack of capital to tide over the lull in the … Continue reading
Originally published in Atlas Obscura Article and photos by Sharanya Deepak Rural restaurants are providing a market for endangered edibles. Early morning paints yellow stripes on the garden as Plantina Mujai selects a pumpkin. Carrying it inside, she hoists the … Continue reading
SURE (Society for Urban and Rural Empowerment) identified potential Mei-Ramew Cafe owners: Kong Phawa from Cham-Cham, East Jaintia Hills and Kong Kyndait fromMawpyut, West Jaintia Hills. NESFAS in collaboration with SURE organised an exchange visit to the two Mei-Ramew Cafes … Continue reading
Dial Muktieh’s Mei Ramew Cafe Dial Muktieh, who aims to promote traditional food and innovate on traditional recipes using local resources, is a hardworking and enterprising woman from Khweng, Ri-Bhoi. Born on February 14, 1980, she has a high knowledge … Continue reading
A workshop at NESFAS and an exposure visit to You & I – Arts Cafe were organized today for potential local food entrepreneurs, to enable and encourage them to initiate Mei-Ramew Cafes at the grassroots level. The participants were 13 … Continue reading